SAMSUNG GALAXY A-SERIES SMARTPHONE WITH 64MP CAMERA TO BE LAUNCHED BY OCTOBER

Cell phone creators are evaluating new things to pull in more clients. At present, the mid-run cell phone market is soaked with 48MP camera modules and handsets with a spring up camera instrument. Presently, a 64MP camera is by all accounts the following enormous thing as Realme has reported that it will before long reveal another gadget with a 64MP camera sensor and Redmi has likewise affirmed to take a shot at it. It appears as though Samsung is additionally tossing its cap in the ring as the outstanding tipster Ice Universe as of late tweeted that the South Korean cell phone is anticipating discharging another An arrangement gadget with a 64MP sensor this September or October.

Samsung itself has not yet affirmed whether it is taking a shot at another An arrangement cell phone with a 64MP camera. Along these lines, we recommend you take this data with a spot of salt. Be that as it may, regardless of whether the cell phone producer is intending to incorporate a 64MP sensor on its telephones, it won’t be quite a bit of a problem since it as of now has an ISOCELL Bright GW1 64MP sensor accessible. What’s more, a past report proposed that the Samsung Galaxy A70S in progress, which may include Samsung’s 64MP ISOCELL camera.

As referenced before, Realme has declared it is taking a shot at a cell phone that highlights a 64MP sensor. On August 8, it may very well pack the title of being the main organization to have a 64MP camera sensor telephone. Redmi is likewise prodding a 64MP camera sensor cell phone and its up and coming gadget is said to include a quad-camera arrangement on the back. The gadget is touted to catch 20MB pictures that “will be far better than that of a 8K TV.” The organization recently posted a picture flaunting its 64MP sensor. It flaunted a feline’s eye, which was zoomed in to demonstrate the measure of detail its 64MP sensor may almost certainly catch. In any case, we will save any ends on it till we get the opportunity to test the tech ourselves.